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Child Education Through Animation: An Experimental Study

Baharul Islam, Arif Ahmed, Kabirul Islam, Abu Kalam Shamsuddin
2014 International Journal of Computer Graphics & Animation  
Teachers have tried to teach their students by introducing text books along with verbal instructions in traditional education system.  ...  This interactive blending leaning system may be an appropriate method especially for school children.  ...  This study will be helpful for those who want to work with interactive child education system. ACKOWLEDGEMENT We are thanking to Ms. Sirazia Begum and Ms.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcga.2014.4404 fatcat:xn5mpvzfm5gqzn2ezu5mnupl54

Animal intelligence: An experimental study of the associative processes in animals

Edward L. Thorndike
1898 The Psychological Monographs  
INTELLIGENCE; AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ASSOCIATIVE PRO- CESSES IN ANIMALS.  ...  So, also, it will be later seen that an animal cannot learn an act by being put through it.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0092987 fatcat:mfznt6u3xvdodh2px6apwe3o7y

Father Education Program: An Experimental Study

2022 Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry & Psychology  
An experimental design with pre-test-post-test control group was used in the study. The universe of the research consists of fathers who live in Northern Cyprus and have children aged 3-6.  ...  Based on these views, the aim of the study is to strengthen and improve the father-child communication of the father psycho-education program.  ...  In this study, an experimental design was chosen to see the effects of education prepared for fathers to strengthen father-child interaction.  ... 
doi:10.35365/ctjpp.22.1.08 fatcat:ecouala3nvae5nlpqi5gcepaye

Examining Relationships and Sex Education through a child rights lens: an intersectional approach

Francesca Zanatta
2021 Human Rights Education Review  
processes of teaching and learning about rights through the topic of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE).  ...  The module, designed for future educators, intersects elements of children's rights education with the theoretical positions of queer studies and critical pedagogy.  ...  The context of study: Relationships and Sex Education through a Children's Rights module The module, here discussed as the setting for the investigation, is a Children's Rights module in an undergraduate  ... 
doi:10.7577/hrer.3991 fatcat:psztv7aodrfcngu5sgbmalh32i

Paradigm Shifts, Scientific Revolutions and the Moral Justification of Experimentation on Nonhuman Animals

Judith A. Boss, Alyssa Boss
1994 Between the Species An Online Journal for the Study of Philosophy and Animals  
An estimated 70 to 120 million nonhuman animals are killed every year in scientific experiments. l The justifications for the use of nonhuman animals in scientific experiments to benefit humans are based  ...  on two conflicting paradigms or models regarding the nature of human and nonhuman animals.  ...  This prejudice is also maintained through language that degrades members of other species; he's an animal, a beast, a rat, a swine; she's catty, mousey, a bitch, a bird-brain.  ... 
doi:10.15368/bts.1994v10n3.6 fatcat:3ty4ih7kkzau3mas4gicqkkcza

Reflections about the film "The Wild Child" (1970) through Piaget and Vygotsky perspectives

Rafael Marques Garcia, Erik Giuseppe Barbosa Pereira
2019 Journal of Humanities and Education Development  
In this work, characterized as an assay, it's pointed out reflections about the film "The Wild Boy" (1970) through the perspectives of Piaget and Vygotsky.  ...  Through the theories of the stages and socio -cultural mediation of the authors, it is possible to analyze how these elements are explored by the film and how they are closely linked to the processes of  ...  Psychomotor education is an essential basic training for every child.  ... 
doi:10.22161/jhed.1.4.6 fatcat:hfrgjrhgrbgzzlegqtuerpr4z4

Improvement of Conversation Skills through Script Fading in a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Daniel Carvalho de Matos, Pollianna Galvão Soares de Matos, Ana Flávia Lima Teles da Hora, Melina Serra Pereira, Kaline Silva Azevedo
2019 Creative Education  
As an example, consider the case in which a child, with an adult in the same environment, presents an action figure of Spiderman and says enthusiastically "Spiderman!!".  ...  After a baseline condition, training started and the experimental control by the independent variable was established through a multiple baseline design across the three different conversation topics.  ...  Although the researches emphasize certain methodological limitations because the verbalizations may be limited to what is taught through scripts, several studies, whose 497 Creative Education most relevant  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2019.103035 fatcat:hqhzps4w4bbyfldxxeug44fbqm

An Experimental Study of Stuttering

John Madison Fletcher
1914 American Journal of Psychology  
HEREDITY The study of heredity in its relation to stuttering would not come within the scope of an experimental attack upon the problem, such as the writer has undertaken.  ...  N.) the experimenter frequently skipped words, and even whole sentences; yet it was found that the stutterer continued to read through these intervals without stuttering.  ...  In the second registration he is reading with the experimenter, a to 1, without stuttering, and also relaxing, /1 to y.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1413413 fatcat:uikgjlsonbefpi452msn4faep4

EDUCATION AND UPBRINGING THROUGH SOCIALIZATION OF EVERY CHILD OF THE ARCTIC INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN THE GLOBAL MODERN SOCIETY

Zoya Semyonovna Zhirkova, Dmitry Alekseevich Danilov, Tatyana Vasilievna Tretyakova, Antonina Afanasyevna Vinokurova, Evdokia Pavlovna Yakovleva
2020 Práxis Educacional  
Such an approach allowed Russian ethnographic scholars to go beyond the studied issues and to consider the development of ethnopedagogy through the development of the ethnos, with a focus on the structure  ...  The study involved 305 third and fourth graders in rural educational institutions; 76 of them studied in nomadic schools. The results of the study demonstrated positive dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.22481/praxisedu.v16i37.6174 doaj:31c30ad215d2458d97bc29ed7a6a0eb2 fatcat:lbqtmijr2jdbznfziduz2vcupy

An Experimental Study of Belief

T. Okabe
1910 American Journal of Psychology  
The experimenter then asked whether C had ever noted anything like an imageless content.  ...  [This work is a general study of the Conscious Attitude.]  ...  But we found that this procedure would extend our study to an unprintable length.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1412935 fatcat:manlukpcavhcdn5upceoxripiy

An experimental study of the stimulus-function

J. W. Carter
1937 The Psychological Record  
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE STIMULUS-FUNCTION* J. W. Carter, JR.  ...  An experimental study of equivalent stimulation in human learning. J. Gen. Psychol., 1932, 6; 344-376. Loucks, R. B.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03393189 fatcat:ujsju5uyaffe7nluubjqntfp4i

A bilingual child learns social communication skills through video modeling-a single case study in a norwegian school setting

Meral Özerk, Kamil Özerk
2015 International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education  
Our study also reveals that through Video Modeling, children with ASD can learn desirable behavioral skills as by-products.  ...  One can assume that by observing others, a child with ASD can construct an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this mentally and visually constructed information will serve  ...  adaptive skills in experimental studies and clinical settings.  ... 
doaj:b1c07429e01b4a54b8d538685b721f14 fatcat:35qm6syv3jgzvn3jc4znsdxysu

Increasing the Knowledge and Confidence of Mothers in Caring for Low Birth Weight Babies Through Education from the Maternal and Child Health Handbook

Sugiarti Sugiarti, Yeni Rustina, Defi Efendi
2020 Jurnal Keperawatan Soedirman  
An education program based on the Maternal and Child Health handbook (MCH) for the first 1000 days of a child's life is one way to prevent the impact of stunting by improving the mothers' knowledge and  ...  Mother's knowledge of the provision of care for LBWB can therefore be optimized through education, discussion, and the use of technology as an instructional medium to complement the use of the MCH handbook  ...  METHOD The study employed a pre and post quasi-experimental research design with a control group.  ... 
doi:10.20884/1.jks.2020.15.2.1160 fatcat:zrryox2r5bcspdlw76q4qyx664

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF DUODENECTOMY

F. C. MANN, K. KAWAMURA
1919 Journal of the American Medical Association  
pancreas play in the production of experimental diabetes, and not for the purpose of determining the function of the duodenum.  ...  It seems logical, therefore, to believe that the removal of the duodenum will produce noticeable effects, and that the compensation of the body to its removal will make possible an evaluation of its real  ...  Matthews11 studied the effect of various types of experimental operations on the duodenum. The duo¬ denum was not actually removed in his experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610380004003 fatcat:3ugoqq72gjfudavm7zh5wjwvxq

Acquisition of polarity items in Czech children: An experimental study

Linda Doleží, Masaryk University, Petra Kurfürstová, Iveta Šafratová, Masaryk University, Masaryk University, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
2020 Crossroads A Journal of English Studies  
The paper represents an initial insight into this area since no similar research has been done in the Czech language so far.  ...  Child acquisition of English even As far as we know there are only two experimental research studies on child acquisition of English even, and interestingly, the two research studies came to different  ...  That is why we follow two relevant experimental research studies on child acquisition of English even that are introduced in the next section. Our experiment is presented in section 4.  ... 
doi:10.15290/cr.2020.30.3.03 fatcat:rwjnskcmrnelrmw4k5mnywwada
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